According to info got by StampNews.com Vanuatu Post issued a set of 4 stamps on 29 October 2014 on the subject of "Extreme in Vanuatu" - that is - 'extreme sports' in which tourists participate when vacationing in Vanuatu.
Extreme sports is a popular term for activities perceived as having a high level of excitement. These activities often involve speed, height, a high level of physical exertion, and highly specialized gear. Extreme sports tend to be more solitary than traditional sports and differ due to the higher number of inherently uncontrollable variables such as weather and terrain.
Kiteboarding is a surface water sport combining aspects of wakeboarding, windsurfing, surfing, paragliding and gymnastics one extreme sport. A kite boarder harnesses the power of the wind with a large controllable power kite to be propelled across the water on a kiteboard similar to a wakeboard or small surfboard.
Parasailing is a recreational kiting activity where a person is towed behind a boat while attached to a specially designed parasail wing, similar to a parachute. The harness attaches the pilot to the parasail, which is connected to the boat, by the tow rope. The boat’s forward movement carries the parascender and person into the air.
These self- drive off-road buggies are two-seater are supervised by tour guides. The activities feature travel through local villages, off the beaten tracks through forests, on beaches and through lots of mud! Jet boating is a popular thrill ride which requires the experience of a skilled driver. The Vanuatu Jet boat ride takes in the Port Vila harbour at speed and 360 degree spins. If weather permits the rides spread out through the channel markers and into Mele Harbour.